Obituaries

John J. Lehmann, who grew up in Sag Harbor and served in the Navy, died at home in Cuba, N.Y., on June 30. He was 27.
Gloria Appel, an Upper West Sider whose family had been year-round weekenders on the South Fork for over 40 years, died of ovarian cancer at the age of 74 on July 1.
Meredith Arnoux of Wainscott died on Saturday.
Marieanne Labbat, who with her husband, Eugene Labbat, owned and ran the East Hampton restaurant Chez Labbat for many years, died at home here on June 20, surrounded by her family and a caregiver, Paulett Waite.
Patrick James Coyle, who was 42, died on June 20 in Cleveland. The cause of death has not yet been determined, his family said.
When Eleanor A. Miller was diagnosed with ovarian cancer 12 years ago, she was told she would live another three years at most. She was determined to “fight as long and as much as she could,” her family reported, and with the help of the...
Roger Evans, a longtime resident of Montauk and East Hampton who was known informally as the Weatherman, died on June 23 at the Southampton Care Center, where he had spent the last four years of his life.
Mark Anthony Hogg, originally from the island of Jamaica, died on June 4 at his East Hampton residence following a heart attack.
The patriarch of a farming family that runs one of the largest remaining agricultural operations on the South Fork, Cliff Foster was also an advocate for farming and farm interests on Long Island for decades.
Phyllis Adams, a descendant of two of East Hampton’s early families who led the women’s crafts group of the Amagansett Presbyterian Church for many years, died on June 8 at the Brookdale Assisted Living facility in Augusta, Ga., to which she had moved to be closer to her family.
Dr. D’Agostino came to Montauk in 1970 when he was appointed to represent St. John’s University at the New York Ocean Science Laboratory, which researched marine life in Long Island Sound and surrounding waters.
A memorial service for Roger Evans, a longtime resident of Montauk and more recently of East Hampton, will be held next Thursday at 6 p.m. at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Ama­gansett.
Kathleen Nancy Danielson died at home on June 19 of an apparently unintentional heroin overdose after a 10-year battle with addiction. A 2007 East Hampton High School graduate, she was 28. In an effort to overcome addiction, Ms. Danielson had...